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Chapter 10

TermDefinition
queen liliuokalani ruler of hawaii
imperialism stronger nations claiming weaker tyerritories
Alfred t. mahan admiral of the us navy
william seward secritary of state under lincoln and johnson
pearl harbor the kingdoms best port in hawaii
sanford b. dole set up new gov. in hawaii
jose marti cuban poet
valeriano weyler spainish general sent to stop the cuban revolution
yellow journalism exaggerates news to make it more interesting
u.s.s. maine sent to cuba to bring home Americans. it was then blown up
George dewey gave order to fire on Spanish fleet
rough riders a volunteer calvalry
san juan hill strategic location where a battle was faught
treaty of paris ordered a seize fire
foraker act ended military rule and set up a civil government
Platt Amendment The us insisted that Cuba add to its constitution several provisions, known as this.
Protectorate A country whose affairs are partially controlled by a stronger power.
emAmilio Aguinaldo A rebel who believed that the US had promised independence.
John Hay US secretary of state who issued a series of policy statements called Open Door Notes.
Open Door Notes These notes were letters addressed to leaders of Imperialist nations proposing that the nations share their trading rights with the US, creating an open door.
Boxer Rebellion A famous rebellion in china.
Panama Canal A canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific going through the country of Panama
Roosevelt Corollary A statement added to the Monroe doctrine by Roosevelt.
Dollar Diplomacy The policy of using the US government to guarantee loans made to foreign countries by American business people.
Francisco "Pancho" Villa Leader of Mexican rebels.
Emiliano Zapata Leader of Mexican rebels.
John J. Pershing Brigadier General who was ordered by president Wilson to capture Villa dead or alive.
Created by: jacob.wallace